Strike With Fashion And You’re Sure To Win Him—Anna Maria Alberghetti
If your game is love, the only way to play is to win. It might mean missing an occasional strike—to lose gracefully to his ego. It definitely means looking like a winner at all times. Here, Anna Maria Alberghetti shows you how to bowl him over.
She looks like a queen pin in a Kelly green sweater and pleated skirt. The sweater, in orlon, is $8.98; the skirt, 100% wool, is $12.98. Both by Pandora.
She catches his eye in a whirling seamless herringbone skirt of 100% wool. The skirt, $15.95; the dyed-to-match fleece sweater, $13.95. Both by Pendleton.
She toes the mark in a sleeveless, salt-and-pepper, 100% wool tweed dress with a “split” easy-action skirt. $30 by Jantzen. (Note the dyed-to-match bowling shoes.)
To strike with beauty, Anna Maria gives her porcelain complexion a glow with Contempora powder-and-foundation makeup in warm rachel. Her lipstick, Berry Bon Bon. Both by Revlon.
see below for your fashion score . . .
For Your Fashion Score
Even if you “string” (a series of strikes in a row) every time you bowl, you won’t have fun if your fashion score isn’t as perfect as your bowling form. Bowling requires flexibility and grace, so wear full skirts and beware of slacks unless you are figure perfect. Loose sweaters, blouses, and undergarments are breathing aids, and ankle socks or stretch tights keep your legs neat and pretty. Save your baubles, bangles, and beads for other occasions, as earrings have a way of flying off, and bracelets and beads are distracting and may even interfere with your stride. All add up to freedom-bowling fashion key.
For Your Beauty Score
“Powder Puff” in bowling slang is a slow ball—and you’ll be, too, if you wield a makeup puff too often. Solution: a smoothie of a foundation with powder built-in. You won’t shine, except at the game! Neaten your hairdo with a ribbon bandeau, or twirl it atop your head like Anna Maria, secure with combs, a mist of hair spray. Pretty pins: legs that are fuzz-free, feet protected by a dash of antiseptic powder.
Where To Buy Photoplay Fashions
The fashions shown on pages 61 through 63 are available at the stores listed below, or write manufacturer for the store nearest you. Mostly, they’re at better stores everywhere.
Pendleton sweater and skirt
BOSTON, MASS. . . . . . . . . JORDAN MARSH
NEW YORK, N.Y. . . . . . . . . WALLACHS
SAN ANTONIO, TEX. . . . . . FRANK BROS.
WASHINGTON, D. C. . . . . . WOODWARD & LOTHROP
or write: Pendleton Woolen Mills, 218 Southwest Jefferson St., Portland, Ore.
Pandora sweater and skirt
BOSTON, MASS. . . . . . . . . FILENE’S
CHICAGO, ILL. . . . . . . . . . . THE FAIR
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. . THE EMPORIUM
or write: Pandora Knitwear, Inc., 1407 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Jantzen wool tweed dress
write Jantzen, Inc., P.O: Box 3300, Portland, Ore.
It is a quote. PHOTOPLAY MAGAZINE OCTOBER 1961